Crown Royal Canadian Whisky Noble Collection French Oak Cask F  750ml
SKU 824204

Crown Royal Canadian Whisky Noble Collection French Oak Cask F

Canada

Professional Wine Reviews for Crown Royal Canadian Whisky Noble Collection French Oak Cask F

Rated 93 by Whisky Advocate
The fourth in this series is finished in air-dried French oak. Hints of butterscotch become fruity, with tinges of vanilla as the nose opens. A luxurious creamy palate develops peppery spices that dissolve into a sweet fruitiness with a glowing warmth in the back of the throat. A dynamic dram with lovely hot spices that advance, then retreat. The long finish is mildly sweet and spicy.
Winery
The fourth annual release in Crown Royal’s Noble Collection, this whisky starts off as Crown Royal Fine De Luxe and is then finished in new French oak casks. The oak is sourced from France’s Vosges region, air-seasoned for two years, and then double-toasted. Crown Royal’s Noble Collection debuted in 2016 and has rolled out hit after hit. The first release, Cornerstone Blend, scored 91 points, while the next release, Wine Barrel Finished, scored 90 points and won the No.-18 spot in the 2017 Top 20. Finally, the 2018 release, Blenders’ Mash 13 year old, netted 92 points and the No.-5 spot in the 2018 Top 20. Needless to say, expectations for the 2019 release are high. Look for a review in the next issue of Whisky Advocate!

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Producer Crown Royal

Country: Canada

In Canada, wines are produced in many different parts of the country, and there are major vineyards everywhere from Ontario, British Columbia, southern Quebec and Nova Scotia. Canadian wineries have been producing wine for over two hundred years now, and the Canadian wine industry has seen significant development and expansion over the past couple of decades, when the unique attributes of the country's produce began to find popularity overseas. The most widely admired Canadian wines are ice wines, which are made using grapes which have been allowed to freeze during the early frosts. This process intensifies the flavors and sweetness of the grapes, resulting in highly characterful wines with distinctive properties, and works extremely well with the grape varietals which flourish in the cooler climate of the country.